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Vol. XV 

Residence of Arthur R. Malcolm — page 1 

Proctor Genealogy — — " 12 

The Mason House — — — " 49 

Residence of Charles R. Miller " 59 

Hartwell Genealogy ■ " 68 

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HEALD-MALCOLM HOUSE 
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Historical Sketch 
An Unrecorded Deed, 1855 
Florence Christine Malcolm 
Benjamin (6) Proctor Family 
Elbridge (7) Proctor Family 
Proctor Genealogy 
Proctor-Adams Family 
Proctor-Hadley-Straw Family 
Proctor-Nickles Family 
Proctor-Lawrence Family 
Thaddeus Proctor Line 
Proctor-French Family 

-Norcross Family 

-Blood Lines 

-Fletcher Family 
" -Nickles-Wilkins Family 
" -Wilkins Family 

-Kelley Family 
" -Taylor Family 
" -Wilkins -Webster Family 

-Wilkins -Nickles Family 

-Lapham Line 

-Taylor Line 

-Da-vis Line 

-Robbins Lines 
" -Heald Line 

-Hodgman Lines 

*>Nutting Lines 

-Farrar Family 

-Green Family 

-Chamberlain Family 

-Davis Family 



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Carlisle. Sept. 17. 
iss Florence C. Malcolm of Oar- 
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». Plans to return to such service: 




MISS FLORENCE C. MALCOLM 

following a period of study which 
will give her a master's degree in 
religious education. Miss Malcolm is 
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
R. Malcolm at their home in Carlisle. 
Miss -Malcolm received her e^arly 
education in Concord, where she was 
graduated from the high school In 
1917. Later, while studying at the 
Gordon school in Boston, she became 
interested in missionary work, and 
with such service in view, she took 
courses at Boston university. In 
192S, she was sent by the American 
Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions to Portugal where she spent 
a year learning the Portuguese lan- 
guage. 

Her first assignment was at An-j 
gola, a Portuguese colony, to work! 
with the Ovimbunu tribe at Chilesso J, 
mission. There she studied and I 
learned the native language. At thati 
Inst were only three other white peo- 
ple, and the nearest railroad was 72 j 
miles distant. School sessions were 
conducted seven months of the year 
and the natives proved willing pupils, 
though limited to studies up to the 
age of 16 years. 

Much constructive work was done 
in the four years of Miss Malcolm's 
service and its" speed was emphasized 
by the splendid co-operation of the 
natives, whose educational mcod 
seemed ever receptive. Miss Mal- 
colm has enjoyed her experience in 
the wilds of Africa, and looks forward 
with keen anticipation to the time 
when she may return even better 
equipped for effective service among 
ihe natives of the dark continent. 



CARLISLE GIRL FOUR 
YEARS IN AFRICA 

But City Taxi Ride Most 

Thrilling Experience 
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Home after four years of Africa and 
one of Portugal, Miss Florence C. I 
Malcolm arrived in Boston this week 
to stay with her parents, Mr and Mrs 
A. R. Malcolm of Carlisle. 

When interviewed this morning at 
the headquarters of the Congrega- 
tional Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions at 14 Beacon st, she 




MISS FLORENCE C. MALCOLM 
said for four years she was one of | 
four white adults, with two white chil- 
dren, at a mission station 72 miles 
from a railroad, and the railroad had 
only three trains in two weeks. She 
was entirely surrounded by a vast } 
black population of Ovimbundus, I 
whom she was serving as principal 
of the school, with nine native teach- | 
ers under her. Associated with her at 
the station were Rev and Mrs Duane | 
V. Wain of Leesburg, O, and Dr Mary i 
F. Cushman of Castine, Me. One of 
the children, Duane Wain, spoke 
Ovimbundu so fluently that she pre- I 
ferred it to English, and Miss Mai- j 
colm herself, in addition to this Ian- ' 
guage, used Portuguese. 

This first mission station was Ochi- 
lesso, in Angola, a mile above sea 
level, with a fine climate, but terrific 
thunderstorms. The rainy season lasts 
six months. During this period, Miss 
Malcolm explained, it doesn't rain all 
the time, but merely "showers" every 
day. While there are leopards and 
other wild animals in the vicinity, 
they keep away from the station, al- 
though she did see a man-eating croc- 
odile there. 

The station itself consists of the 
Mission School, where she taught, two 
dormitories, two missionary houses 
and a dispensary, of which Dr Cush- 
man is director. The same vegetables 
are raised there as in the United 
States, but in addition there are trop- 
ical fruits in abundance. Meat is 
very scarce and poor, but chicken is 
available. Milk is a rarity because of 
the poor quality of the cows. A herd 
of 80 only gives a pint of milk, and 
t) better breeds of cows, like horses, 
cannot live in this territory. 



The Ovimbundus, Miss Malcolm said, 
are a very lovable people, credulous 
and trusting as children, yet very in- 
telligent. They are' lovely natural 
singers, with beautiful voices, and 
have many keen proverbs handed 
down through many generations. They 
are extremely courteous, also, and 
came to welcome Miss Malcolm in their 
villages, waving branches and shout- 
ing "okombe beya!" (the guests have 
come), after which they sw.eep out 
the best hut in the village, catch a 
chicken, and dinner is served. To make 
these trips, Miss Malcom traveled in a 
hammock swung from the shoulders of 
two huskies. 

Miss Malcolm brought trophies back 
with her in four large leopard skins 
and one cheta skin, four specimens 
of a native bird called the royal bird. 
It is about as large as a pigeon, but 
its wings are a bright iridescent 
blue, its underwings are red, and its 
tail purple. It has a fine crest and 
a large beak. Miss Malcolm plans to 
present these birds to the library 
museum of her native town of Carlisle. 
Miss Malcolm is supported in her mis- 
sionary work by the Congregational 
churches of Carlisle, Bedford and 
Lexington. 

Miss Malcolm's stay in Portugal 
came first, in order that she might 
learn the Portuguese language, Angola 
being Portuguese territory. Her most 
thrilling experience of the entire five 
years occurred in Portugal, she said, 
when a taxi driver "took her for a 
ride," which she will never forget, at 
terrific speed around the narrow 
streets of Libson. 



MBS. MABY MALCOLM 

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Friends and neighbors were 
shocked on Sunday evening to 
hear of the sudden death of Mrs. 
Mary Malcolm, wife of Arthur Mal- 
colm of Stearns street. She was 
born in Sterling, Cape Briton, and 
was 66 years old. She has been in 
her usual good health and her 
death came without any warning 
to her family. 

She was active in the Congrega- 
tional Church, of which she was a 
member and an active worker in 
the Ladies' Social Circle. She has 
lived in Carlisle over 20 years in 
the present home. 

Surviving Mrs. Malcolm are her 
husband, Arthur Malcolm, four 
sons, Percy, Norman, Wilbur and 
Allen, all of Carlisle and one 
daughter, Florence Malcolm, a 
missionary in Africa, five brothers 
and one sister in Canada, one sis- 
ter in Concord, New Hampshire 
and one brother in Boston. The 
funeral was yesterday at 2:30 P. 
M. at the Congregational Church. 



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Oliver (i*.) Proctor ( Peter(3 ),. Peter(2 ), Robert(I)) torn at 
^) Chelmsford March 25, 1 721;; m.. Oct . 10, 1744,. Mary, dau. of Aaron 
and Abigail (Adams) Parser of Westford. She d. 1739. He was 
a soldier in Capt. Daniel Fletcher ''s Company under command cf Col- 
John Curnmings, in Sept. 1755. He was in Capt' L' Whiting's Com- 
pany under General Amherst in 1759. His name appears on the role 
May II and he was in hospital at Albany in Sept. and Oct. of that 
year. He or his son of the same name served in the Revolutionary 
War. He d. Nov. 3, 1793 and buried in South Cemetery Lunenourg, 
Mass. His children were as follows:. 

1. Oliver (5) b. Chelmsford April 25* UH$» m. Feb. 15, 

1776 Mary Manning of Billerica who was born Aug. 
I7> 174-3. d. Nov. 4 , IdJ5. Revolutionary sol- 
dier; lived Towns end, Mass.; d. Oct .30, IdI5;, 
eight children. 

2. Aaron, b. May I2,I747» m. Feb. 17,1774 Sally Jones of 

Milton and removed to Rhode Island. 

3. Mary, b. Westford July 15,1749;. m. May 11,1769, WiJi.Uam 

(4) Proctor(lsrael(3 ) Gershom(2) Robert(I) ) and 
removed with his sister Hannah and brother Nathan 
to what was afterward Washington, N.H. in 1775, 
only seven years after the first settlers(f rem 
New Ipswich, N.H. ) built the first log cabin 
there. Went (William and Mary) on foot and horse- 
back with children and household goods oound on 
together and the journey was attended with many 
v hardships. 

4. Isaac, b. Jan. 23,1751; d. 170O. 

5. Thankful, b. July Id, 1752; d. young. 

6. Rachel, b. Aug. 16, 1754. 

7. Thankful, b. May 10,1757; d. young. 

6* Sarah, b. June 21,1762, m. Ephraim Warren of Townsend, 
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Wsst WM* Cfjriatmas letter 1940 

Nothing comes so quickly as the season for the Christmas Letter — that document which answers all the 
unanswered at one stroke of the pen and in its turn draws news from the friends far and near. For that reasqn 
it has become valuable to me. 

I suppose our first thought is of thankfulness that in our dear country we can still say "Merry Christ- 
mas." I know that close to our hearts is the ache for so much of the world whose Christmas cannot be merry 
nor its New Year glad! Our prayers are for all these countries and for our own, too. In our family all four 
sons and three by marriage have registered under the conscription. 

Again I am writing in the "new dining-room," but next Thursday we move to town to our apartment in 
the house we have used for several years, but this time it is the sixth floor instead of the tenth and we furnish 
it ourselves, so it will be a real moving. The address is 400 South 15th Street. We anticipate a comfortable 
and happy winter under the shadow of William Penn. 

Last January my husband treated me to a trip to Florida, my first visit to that magic land. We left no 
stone unturned; East Coast, Keys, West Coast, Gardens, Depths of Silver Springs and Marine Gardens — but peak 
of life's aspirations, my lord and master landed a sail fish! It was a large specimen when caught and has grown 
about two feet since. This was accomplished during our visit with the Ellises at Fort Lauderdale and leaves 
little in life to be desired. 

Returning through the Sunny South we ran into its record snow at Richmond and that was an experience 
to turn New England green with envy. Adequate description has not yet been written. 

Our winter in town was a grand success and we enjoyed it until budding spring brought us home in April. 
Our garden projects have included giving tons of food to the spruce trees, saving the pine trees from a blight, 
putting a flowering planting back of the old lodge site and an ilex planting, now bright with berries, at the 
front of the house with a ground cover of the new Bowles periwinkle. 

In early June, Father's sister, Elizabeth Chilton of Pembroke, Kentucky, died, following an invalidism of 
some years. He went to the funeral service. Most of the family were together there. Our special sympathy is 
with her husband, her son and daughter. 

In July we had a trip to Chicago by car with the companionship of Mary. We felt flattered to have her 
one precious week of vacation spent with us. The occasion was an insurance convention for the gentleman, with 
me as his guest. We all stayed at the Edgewater Beach Hotel, which revived memories of old days when we had 
four girls with us and enjoyed a millionaire's suite de luxe because our reservations had been overlooked by the 
management. It was hard to entice us from our gorgeous quarters! We met many friends, now quite old ones, 
for Father this year received his golden emblem denoting twenty-five years with the Equitable Life of Iowa. 

In August he and I, with Bettie and Jim Knier and Carol and Dick as our guests, set forth in two cars 
for Canada to occupy a camp on the Ellis' Beverly Lake. Object: fishing. We had a perfect party, for I was 
content to cook the fish which they caught and they were willing to work at that some twenty-four hours a day, 
moonlight cooperating. I fear we cannot credit many fish to Dick and Carol, but they did get beautiful Wedge- 
wood China purchased and they seemed well satisfied with the way they spent their time. 

We had some grand outdoor meals at the Ellises — the master of the house presiding at the grille, the 
smoke curling up into the blue. Indoors, too, we had grand times. I just cannot bring myself to call that 
lovely log house a "camp" in Canadian fashion. 

It would seem that we play all the time, which is really not so, for I next chronicle "The Mississippi River 
Trip" for Father in September. This is described in Prue's paragraph. 

Our final trip was to New England. We left Thanksgiving morning (the real one) and visited Nancy 
and Ken. Alicia is a most charming little girl and we had a sweet visit. It was truly winter with a foot of snow 
and near zero temperature. It bore out my tales of old-fashioned Thanksgivings never credited by my family. 

We had Saturday with Sarah and Phil to celebrate our double anniversary, Father's birthday and our 
wedding. Sarah gave us a perfect dinner, miraculously served from the tiny closet which answers to a kitchen- 
ette. In the play given in the evening, she was leading lady, there being one feminine role. It was "Yellow 
Jack," a quite ambitious production depicting the fight against yellow fever. 

After chapel Sunday, we stayed for dinner in the boys' dining-room and started home for a run which 
proved pleasant, the ice having melted and the parkways offering the best of travel. 

In October I attended the Herald Tribune Forum in New York, entitled "America's Second Fight for 
Freedom 1776-1940." They get the day's notables and the broadcast went to a large part of the world. I 
hope you listened in. 

In May, with blithe courage, I accepted the job of being president for two years, if I hold out so long, of 
our Malvern Woman's Club. It could easily be a full-time job, I am discovering. I hope we will do our work 
well. 

Of the routine I have said little. The home duties, Church and Sunday School with Father still Super- 
intendent, our dear Grub Club and its friendships and the fall picnic here; we suffering the loss of two mem- 
bers this year. I love my Garden Club perhaps better than anything I do. The members are such old tried and 
true friends now. I have honorary membership in two other Garden Clubs which I love. And there are the 
neighbors, the friends, the many interests and responsibilities which make life busy, happy and worthwhile. 

And now I give you our young people! 

Dr. Allan Wallis and Eleanor have big news again in the arrival of their second son, Charles Sumner, on 
October 30th, checking in at nine pounds, seven ounces which he has now made thirteen pounds. His face is 



round as the full moon, in contrast to his brother's. David, now nearly three, has an unusual vocabulary and is 
a thoroughly interesting person, looking forward to the time when the baby can help him manage his little fleet 
of trucks and trains. 

Allan continues to practice orthopedic surgery in Germantown and Eleanor finds her days full with a 
redoubled domesticity, to which has been added a vegetable garden. Eleanor's Mother, Mrs. Parker, who lives 
nearby, now has two grandsons to enjoy. We delighted in Mrs. Parker's company in the car on our Florida 
trip, as far as Orlando, where she left us to spend some weeks at her favorite spot. Their little house is just 
what they like, with its age and charm, its hedge clipped with the Doctor's accuracy and the white picket fence. 
You would find a welcome if you lifted the latch. 

Prudence and Dick Stafford have developed a charming house and garden at Norristown. Prue belongs 
to the Horticultural Society and a Garden Club and she and Dick really work at the job of gardening, as the 
results testify. Both have interesting Clubs and occupations. Dick is doing outstanding work in colored movies 
and Prue works with Girl Scouting. 

Prue having finished with hospitals, Dick took a turn and visited Pennsylvania for two weeks in March 
for observation. It meant foregoing a planned trip to Franconia for skiing but he seems quite well again and 
expects to get that skiing jaunt this year! 

Prue's Wellesley Reunion came in June. It was the first she had attended, having missed one by being 
in Europe and the second by attending her own wedding. She enjoyed the use of Uncle Alfred Mooney's car for 
the weekend and had a fine time renewing friendships after twelve years. 

The Young Married People's Club of their church, children included, held its annual picnic at Annan- 
dale in June. We hope, as they do, it will become tradition. 

Their fall vacation trip began the day after Carol and Dick's wedding and the plans included Uncle Alfred 
Mooney and Father Wallis. It was a trip down the Mississippi by steamboat, "The Gordon Green," as written 
about in "Life" in the early summer, a leisurely and most interesting week's voyage, highly recommended, from 
Cincinnati to New Orleans with pleasant visits ashore. As you will see in Dick Wallis' notes, he delivered the 
car to the boat dock for the return trip of the voyagers who did not choose to make the round trip by boat. 
They returned by Kentucky for a visit with the Fred Wallises but were disappointed to omit for lack of time the 
other stops planned. 

Peter still defies the years and gambols in destructive abandon. He is an airedale who attends the beauty 
parlor and seems conscious of his style and good looks. 

Mother Stafford enjoys her Germantown apartment and often invites me to a club or other good times. 

Ken and Nancy's young Robbie was six months old last spring when it became evident that the effects of 
injury to the brain at birth could not be remedied and he was placed in a nursing home. They have met this 
with high courage, an example we have all tried to follow. They look forward to having a new addition to 
their family before long. 

In June they saw Nancy's brother, Bob Goheen, graduate with extraordinary honors at Princeton and he 
is now at the Graduate College. They came on to have a visit at "Annandale" which was Alicia's high spot of 
the year. In August they spent ten very happy days at Wellfleet on Cape Cod. In the fall Alicia, aged three 
and a half, began the next generation's educational parade by entering Nursery School. 

Nancy, as an able and willing young matron, seems to be called upon for much public work in which 
Concord manifests her New England conscience. I have heard of Red Cross, of conscription registration, and 
mostly of work for British children there. The town is organized to care for a large number of these children 
if they can get them. In addition, Nancy helps in Nursery School where Alicia is a pupil and she keeps the 
"Little Gray House" a most artistic and attractive home. 

Ken enjoys his work as a psychiatrist and his association with Valleyhead and work in Boston. 

Anne and Roos had a month in Florida last winter and came home tanned beyond recognition. They 
really live on the sand at Miami! 

They seem to have a busy life socially. Roos is a good insurance man and is Vice-President of the Phila- 
delphia Life Underwriters. He did outstanding work w!ien the National Association met in Philadelphia in Sep- 
tember and his picture figured in the papers, doing big things. Anne was a hard worker on the Women's Com- 
mittee. They also attended the Company's Convention at Chicago, motoring and making side trips. 

Father and I look forward to accepting their annual invitation for a holiday dinner for their families 
next Sunday. Anne's family had their summer, as always, at Renick Farm in Chester County. They go early 
and stay late and our young people are with them for week-ends. The ladies give me an annual treat as their 
guest at the Matinee Musical Club's Luncheon and special party. 

Jane and Clarence Staats enjoy their "gentleman's pair" — Allan Wallis was two in November and Sarah 
Jane one. Both are blue-eyed and blonde and all they should be and keep their parents out of mischief. Allan 
is a great help to his mother with all her tasks and is crazy about automobile riding. From his fenced-in front 
yard he waves to every passer-by. So far he has not talked, but his methods of expressing himself are unmis- 
takable. He spends his Sundays with his Staats grandparents who are typical in their adoration. Little Sally's 
latest trick is whistling, at which she is indeed cute. 

In the spring, Jane and Clarence took a trip to Canada, following the St. Lawrence from Niagara to Que- 
bec, visiting friends en route. 

Their fall trip was over the new Pennsylvania Super Highway and sky line drive to the South, dropping 



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in to see Ruth Knier at Guilford College and thence to Columbia to see the bride and groom. I understand the 
dinners to which all three of these young folks were treated will stand out as milestones in their careers. The 
travellers reached home in time to vote. Needn't have bothered. 

The year has been a double star one for Dick. In the spring he reached a decision to drop his work at 
the New York Speech Clinic and engage in a work that has long been on his heart — the Lord's service in the 
mission field in China. 

In the spring also was the milestone of his meeting Caroline Furst, charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter B. Furst, 311 Owen Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa., to whom he was introduced by the Rev. Dr. Donald Grey 
Barnhouse, on June eighth. Carol, a graduate of The American University in Washington, D. C, spent one 
of her four college years at Lingnan University in Canton, China. This summer one thing led to another, for 
July eighth recorded an engagement culminating in Dick's marriage to Carol in a beautiful wedding in the First 
Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne on September sixth. We withdraw all comments made over a period of 
twenty-nine years about Dick's being slow. 

The wedding was performed by Dr. Barnhouse and the Rev. G. Malcolm Van Dyke. Roos was best man, 
the two other brothers were ushers, as was Walter Furst; Mary was one of the bridesmaids with Miss Phyllis 
Furst and others of Carol's friends. The affair was the occasion for a gathering of all ten Wallis children, the 
first in several years. An informal reception was held at the church and a family party was at the Furst home. 
There is a very good picture of the bride cutting the cake. They will be home for a Christmas vacation and I 
think they anticipate it greatly. So, we have acquired another nice family. Mr. and Mrs. Furst, with Caroline, 
Walter in business and Phyllis in school. 

Dick and Carol, "Dicarol," drove off in a new "white-walled" Cadillac, lent for the occasion by Uncle 
Alfred Mooney. They visited Cape Charles, Virginia Beach, historic Williamsburg and Fairy Stone Mountain, 
reaching Columbia, S. C, on the thirteenth. Dick then drove the car to New Orleans for Uncle Alfred, and 
returned to Columbia by train. Their address is South Carolina Baptist Hospital, where Dick is resident physi- 
cian. It is a hospital of a hundred beds and he plays a lone hand- — hard work in preparation for their chosen 
future. Carol is taking graduate courses at the Columbia Bible College. 

The latest news is that they have received appointment from the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions 
for service in China beginning next fall. Their location will probably be in North China or in Hunan Province. 
Both are grateful to God for their good fortune. 

Bettie and Jim Knier bring exciting news of the birth of Gilbert Proctor on May sixth and he is a darling 
baby. His name is composed of grandmothers' maiden names, the first paternal and the second maternal. Now 
at seven and one-half months he is a rarin'-to-go little boy and keeps his family on the jump. His nickname is 
"Gil" and he brings a pair of brown eyes to our family. 

Working up in the family, we find Ruthie who has graduated in June from Berwyn High and is now a 
delighted co-ed at Guilford College, North Carolina. She is rapturous about this lovely old Quaker college where 
she lives in a cooperative house and spends her spare time on many activities, chief perhaps of which is mem- 
bership in the famous A Cappella Choir. Jim and Bettie drove Ruth down to North Carolina and were favored 
with the Fred Wallis' hospitality in Kentucky. Their return trip was by way of the sky line drive. 

Twenty-one-year-old Larry is a Senior at Franklin and Marshall College and along with his fraternity 
engages in sports very successfully, being co-captain of the Golf Team and anticipating the team's tour to other 
colleges. He is another Bobby Jones and has already started collecting cups. Last summer he worked in Berwyn 
at the Bronze Works, which is a good way to keep in shape. He missed the conscription by a few days. 

Jim continues his interesting work with Lionel D. Edie. He and Bettie spend pleasant hours in their flower 
and vegetable gardens, both being quite in the "expert" class. Bettie has been elected a member of the Twin Val- 
leys Garden Club. They also lend their sweet "Hershey Mill Farm" for such occasions as the benefit dance for 
the Red Cross for which their barn, dressed up, is perfect. 

Aunt Pearl is the guardian angel, the best cook in the county, and having a nice time at The Monday 
Afternoon Club and local affairs. 

During the past year still working in the Social Service Department of the Graduate Hospital we find 
Honoria. She says it is hard to believe this is the fourth year because each day brings new people with their 
problems and potentialities, so that no day is like the next. Outside employment, she busies herself with many 
activities which include the Women's University Club, the American Association of Medical Social Workers, the 
Philadelphia Smith College Club and the Alumni Association of the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. Honey 
has many friends and a very good time. 

The highlight of her year was her summer vacation. She has long dreamed of a cattle ranch and finally 
brought this experience about on the A Bar A Ranch near Cheyenne, Wyoming, to which she flew, round trip 
requiring only nine hours each way. Obviously, the Paoli local has consequently become unbearably slow. 
Wyoming was enchanting with its beautiful country-side, wonderful horses and perfect riding. Honey can hardly 
wait to return to the land of cowboys. She returned home in time for Dick and Carol's wedding to top off her 
holidays. 

Mary crashed the business world this year with her first job at the Merchandise Service, Inc., a buying 
service where she learned the interesting aspects of merchandising. In March she turned her dial to Radio Sta- 
tion WFIL for employment in the Engineering Department as secretary to the Chief Engineer and co-worker with 
the twelve engineers. Needless to say, she is completely fascinated with radio and, to our distraction, translates 



everything into cues and ohms. She leaves with Honey for the 8.13 and they take Father if he hasn't by that 
time beaten the birds to work. It it a long day and she returns at 6.30 provided she has no engagement for the 
evening when (twelve words censored). 

Her new haircut is very attractive and makes life for her much easier. Incidentally, without her able fin- 
gers on the typewriter this letter would never have reached the printers — so I ask her to take a bow. 

She, too, has many friends and a good time. These two young ladies, you see, are the solace of our 
advancing years! 

Sarah and Phil Stevens divide their time between South Kent School and vacations. At Easter time they 
made the rounds of the Stevens family in New Haven and of the Wallis clan, fitting in a day's tour of Washing- 
ton with guide service furnished personally by Father Wallis. In the summer they split up, Phil at the Middle- 
bury German School in Bristol, Vt., and Sarah fifteen miles away at the Ecole Champlain, a girls' French camp 
on the edge of beautiful Lake Champlain. Phil has finished his second summer's work for his M.A. (two more 
to go), and that is a task which really keeps him stepping. Sarah was pretty well tied down by her job as a 
tennis councillor but they managed to have a few week-end "dates." They came home for Dick's wedding, at 
which Phil ushered, on another of their flying visits. At Christmas time they will again return to run the gamut 
of the Wallis families, after a week with the Stevenses and a week of skiing. 

The South Kent School is flourishing with 111 boys now enrolled. A new schoolhouse building relieves 
the cramped quarters and a library project occupies Phil's time when he is not teaching, playing in the band, 
singing with the Glee Club or coaching various sports. Sarah has only two rooms in one of the dormitories 
to take care of but has plenty to do, between her Girl Scout Troop in Kent, her parts in the School plays, her 
trips to New Haven, the outdoor life in the beautiful Connecticut hills and entertaining from time to time. The 
highlight of the latter was a party in honor of Mother and Father on their 37th wedding anniversary, with Mr. 
and Mrs. Stevens as the other guests. 

The two rooms are most artistic and homey. A beautiful hooked rug in pastel colorings is a center of 
attraction, the gift of Grandfather Phillips, who seems to enjoy having a girl in the family. Sarah adores him! 

So endeth our year's story. We present you the compliments of the season and our love. 

Your Scribe, 

JANE W. WALLIS. 

"Annandale" 

King Road 

Malvern, Pennsylvania 



THE MASON HOUSE 
Once on Rutland Street 



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